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... people, they were all like hustling to find a job. Since we are in final year, people's attitudes changed, they are either doing their interns and preparing to enter that company or going into the 2nd, 3rd rounds of their interviews for the big firms. It was just so much pressure to get a "good" job. But I was asking myself, do I really want that kind of job? The answer is NO. I may not be sure what I want, but Im sure what I don't want. So I did not go into any interviews. ...
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Our tour started at about 9:00 and we started the tour at the Suleymaniye Mosque which was built between 1550 and 1557. We had to take the shoes off, women had to cover the heads and shoulders covered before we could enter. The tour guide gave us a very good education on the Islamic faith which was really interesting. It really is a beautiful and massive place.
We then headed off to the Grand Bazaar where there was ...
... side of the open area. What staggered me was that the direction of Kibla was almost as straight as when you walk in to the building – it’s almost as if this was purpose built to be a mosque! We spent time walking around the open span of space and then ascended using steep walkways that went higher and higher but seemed like they would never end. The views from the second level were even more rewarding.
When we exited the Hagia Sophia, I felt fulfilled and ...
... have so much petrol on board,60 miles left should be ok,we were now seing signs for Ankara,had the sat nav got lost and was now taking us the completely wrong way,we stopped and asked but nobody spoke English,even the policeman,bet if he had pulled me he would have understood! We stopped for a coffee,and a think,and a COOL down,we tried to phone the freight company but no ...
... 4D ride which we also went on. The ride takes you through Istanbul by helicopter to many important sites. Lastly we went to Taksim square. There are many shops and restaurants along the road leading up to the square and in the square itself. We stopped and had Turkish ice cream and visited an Orthodox Church. The protests that have taken place in Istanbul recently are in Taksim square. Now it's after dinner and we are trying to relax and get ready for tomorrow. Talk to you ...